An unknown sailor is eventually identified.

 St Llwchaiarn, New Quay, Ceredigion, Wales
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Parts of the cemetery were very overgrown with a mixture of brambles and stinging nettles. It was clearly quite impossible to conduct a detailed survey of the entire site. Spot the daughter who was helping us.
This memorial was originally intended to record the resting place of two unknown sailors washed ashore in a boat in October 1917. Subsequently one of the bodies was identified as belonging to Boatswain F Stephens of the S. S. Memphian.
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